Cupcakes and Camaraderie


Group picture of all attendees at The Cubicle Chicks 'A Sweet Affair' event at Jilly's Cupcake Bar & Cafe

Danyelle of The Cubicle Chick hosted another great social networking event. Jilly’s Cupcake Bar & Cafe provided the perfect place for A Sweet Affair.

Beyond further cementing Danyelle’s The Cubicle Chick brand this event gave St. Louis chance to network at a local small business. Jilly’s was a great way to follow through on Danyelle’s promise to support locally owned businesses.

This social networking event succeeded as a tweetup, a foodie gathering, and more. I’ll be frank and say this is my first networking event with so many of our Black St. Louisans and Twitter peeps.

So often at events I’ve attended the mix is very Caucasian heavy. Oh there are a few people of different races mixed in but not near representative of the melting pot that St. Louis is. The metro area is not only home to a good mix of whites and blacks, but has a large mix of Asians, middle-easterners, and more.

St. Louis has one of the largest Bosnian enclaves in the US. The Korean community here has founded many churches and businesses. The list is endless of contributions by all races in our area.

It’s a blessing to see more diversity in local St. Louis events. I grew up here when forced segregation was still going on.  I think this is a sign that things are finally moving along in our culture.

Danyelle is building her brand; if she’s willing, she can be an ambassador of change as well. I’m throwing down the gauntlet for my fellow St. Louisans to step up, bring it big, and get all of our citizens in the game.

The Cubicle Chick’s A Sweet Affair

Jilly’s Cupcake Bar & Cafe

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